A case involving the abduction of several women becomes personal for the red cell team when one of the victims, "Jane Doe," is never reported as missing.

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Rob Hardy

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Chris Mundy (creator), Edward Allen Bernero (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Forest Whitaker ... Sam Cooper
Janeane Garofalo ... Beth Griffith
Michael Kelly ... Jonathan 'Prophet' Simms
Beau Garrett ... Gina LaSalle
Matt Ryan ... Mick Rawson
Kirsten Vangsness ... Penelope Garcia
David Marciano ... Det. Jim Brigman
Demetrius Grosse ... Barry Vernon
Matt Gerald ... Det. Steve Craig
Susan Angelo ... Coroner
Joseph McKelheer ... Unsub
Jayson Blair ... Mike
Jamie Renée Smith ... Cindy
Tammy Dahlstrom ... Trish
Sydelle Noel ... Claire Vernon
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A case involving the abduction of several women becomes personal for the red cell team when one of the victims, "Jane Doe," is never reported as missing. Written by CBS Publicity

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USA

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English

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30 March 2011 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Barry Vernon: I was supposed to pick her up. I always pick her up. The one time I-...
Sam Cooper: Your mother fell victim to a crime. The fault lies with the criminal, not with you.
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Performed by Sean 'Diddy' Combs and Diddy-Dirty Money, featuring T.I.
Written by Marcella Araica, Richard Butler, T.I. and Nate Hills
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The Turning Point of the New Series
1 May 2012 | by annie-293See all my reviews

I had high hopes for this series -- that, unlike the original, it would concentrate on crime without descending to wallow in the stomach-churning gore of the stalker and sexual predator. I stopped watching the original at basically the same point where Mandy Patinkin gave up. While the first few shows of this series showed interesting but deadly killers (the nurse, the abandoned son, the sniper son, etc.), with this episode the show pivots to the cold, disfiguring sexual sadist.

I give the show three stars for the strength of the cast, both the regulars and the guest stars; the adult children of one of the missing women are particularly affecting in their concern and guilt.

However, this is the point where I, like Mandy Patinkin, say -- too much gore, too much sadism. Enough.


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